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[Spoiler] "Kind Words" Kim Ji-soo realizes it's love

2014/01/13 Source

Kim Ji-soo despaired at the fact that it was love between Ji Jin-hee and Han Hye-jin.

On the eleventh episode of the SBS drama "Kind Words", Song Mi-kyeong (Kim Ji-soo) decided to continue her marriage with husband Yoo Jae-hak (Ji Jin-hee). She went by herself to get psychiatric treatment and cried alone at church.

Then one day she found a book in her husband's room. There was a letter from him to his mistress Na Eun-jin (Han Hye-jin). He wrote, "Don't be pressured. Love can be complete even if it doesn't involve physical activities".

Song Mi-kyeong was terrified. Yoo Jae-hak walked into the room and she told him, "You loved her. You loved her. Did you sleep with her?" He answered, "I didn't. We went to a hotel but didn't sleep together".

Song Mi-kyeong was furious that he hadn't. "You didn't sleep with her? You loved her so? Why not sleep? A married man loves a married woman. You're old enough and all grown up, why not sleep? No, wait. This changed the story. The reason I accepted you is because of the animal-like mistake you once made. I lost to your love. You are amazing. I put my hands up and I'll back away".

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